AMMAN – The Assistant to the President for Community Service and Dean of Student Affairs, Dr Saleem Sharif, said that the act of bullying is not limited to school and university students, but can actually be seen in all age groups. Dr Sharif finds bullying to be an aggressive social behaviour that clearly indicates the
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AMMAN – The Chairman of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees, Dr Yacoub Nasereddin, received a delegation from the Council of Arab Advisors and Cultural Attachés to discuss ways to promote cooperative relations between the University and cultural attachés of the Council’s member countries. The delegation consisted of the Kuwaiti Cultural Attaché, Mr Bader al-Mutairy,
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AMMAN – The Chairman of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees, Dr Yacoub Nasereddin, was hosted on the morning radio show ‘Wast al-Balad’, aired live on Radio Fann from the MEU campus and presented by media person Dr Hani al-Badri, who is a faculty member at MEU’s Faculty of Media. In his interview, Dr Nasereddin
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AMMAN – Middle East University’s Faculty of Pharmacy launched an academic exchange programme with the University of Strathclyde, as part of the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility projects. The initiative allows both academics and faculty to travel for teaching and training purposes for a duration of one to two weeks. The programme also includes hosting faculty
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AMMAN – Dr Ahmad Erekat, professor of Digital Media at Middle East University’s Faculty of Media, presented a seminar titled ‘Family’s Role in Establishing Media Literacy during the Coronavirus Pandemic’, organised by the King Abdullah II Cultural Centre in Zarqa. The seminar focused on the main objectives of educational media in light of the Coronavirus
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AMMAN – Middle East University, represented by the Department of Sports Activities, was hosted on the ‘Sabah ar-Riyada’ programme, broadcasted on Jordan TV and presented by media person Maison Younes, to discuss practicing sports and organising various sports events in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Captain Taha al-Hawatmeh and Captain Samah as-Sawafi, sports supervisors at
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AMMAN – Media person and author Dr Mahmoud Abu Farwa al-Rajabi, a professor of Digital Media at Middle East University, held a workshop on story-writing via Zoom, as part of the community service activities the University organises throughout the year. The workshop was attended by more than forty-five trainees from the following countries: Jordan, Iraq,
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AMMAN – Dr al-Mutasim Mohammad Tayseer Darwish, a researcher and professor at Middle East University’s Faculty of Engineering, authored a research article titled ‘New hourly extreme precipitation regions and regional annual probability estimates for the UK’, which was approved for publication by the International Journal of Climatology, a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing research in the

MEU Forms New Academic Administration

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AMMAN — Middle East University’s Board of Trustees decided in its first session held on Saturday, September 5, 2020, upon the University President’s directions, to appoint the following professors as vice presidents: Anis Mansour al-Mansour as Vice President for Administrative and Legal Affairs Salam Khaled al-Mahadin as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of
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AMMAN – The Higher Education Council decided to appoint Prof. Ala’aldeen Tawfiq al-Halhouli as the University President for a four-year term, upon the recommendation of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees. Prof. al-Halhouli holds a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Mu’tah University (1999), and is the proud recipient of both an MSc and a PhD